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BVI and PBR on C1841

Hello,

i've some problems using PBR on BVI. In my lab (layout attached) on RTR3  i've configured:

- BVI with two subinterface (f0/0.10 abd fa0/1.10) with one public IP (BVI10: 1.1.1.4/24) to reach ISP1 router (RTR1)

- int fa0/0.255 subinterface to connect the ISP2 router (RTR2)

Attached to RTR3 f0/1 i've connected an ASA on e0/0 (trunk port) with VLAN10 with public IP 1.1.1.5/24, the e0/5 with VLAN1 connects LAN subnet 192.168.0.0 where i've all my hosts.

The ASA's gw is the BVI 10 on RTR3 and RTR3 points to RTR1 with a static route. In this configuration all it's ok and i'm able to reach internet through RTR1.

Now, i would like to apply PBR on RTR3 to redirect http traffic (for example) to RTR2

i'm trying with:

ip access-list extended al-http-traffic

permit tcp any any eq www

!

route-map RM_PBR permit 20

match ip address al-http-traffic

set ip next-hop 192.168.1.10

and i've:

#sh route-map

route-map RM_PBR, permit, sequence 20

  Match clauses:

    ip address (access-lists): al-http-traffic

  Set clauses:

    ip next-hop 192.168.1.10

  Policy routing matches: 8711 packets, 605190 bytes

But i'm not able to reach internet..

I think I am missing something... what could be wrong/missing ?

Thank you!

N.

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Community Member

BVI and PBR on C1841

Hi,

anyone has ideas about my question ?

thanks,

N

Community Member

BVI and PBR on C1841

i have the same issue  , did you find a solution ?

Community Member

Re: BVI and PBR on C1841

You have to apply to both sub-interfaces f0/0.10 and fa0/1.10 like so:

 

int f0/0.10

encapsulation dot1q 10

ip policy route-map RM_PBR

end

 

int f0/1.10

encapsulation dot1q 10

ip policy route-map RM_PBR

end

 

 

VIP Purple

Re: BVI and PBR on C1841

Hello

I must be missing something here so apologies, but why are you bridging on the rtr for the two lan subnets - Looking at your topology a simple "router on a stick" setup would be applicable?

 

res

Paul

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